Woman and her 3 children beat up bus monitorBy Mason White 12:08 PM February 24, 2014
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By: Devansh Dutt
(Scroll down for video) A woman was arrested and charged with assault after allegedly beating up a bus monitor, police in Kentucky said.
Louisville Police said that a local woman has been arrested after she and her three children attacked a bus monitor working for the Jefferson County Public Schools.
The children of 26-year-old Felisa M. Yancey were on the bus during the attack along with ten other children, all under 10 years old. As one of her children got off the bus, the boy shouted that the bus monitor, Valerie Coleman, hit him.
Yancey boarded the bus and began to curse, yell and threaten to beat the bus monitor. Yancey dragged Coleman off the bus by her shirt, hit her in the head, kicked her in the abdomen and spit on her.
Yancey children, ages 9, 7 and 6, joined in and started kicking the bus monitor. The bus monitor was taken to a local hospital after suffering pain.
Yancey was charged with trespassing, making terroristic threats and assault. Her bail was set at $10,000.